Controlled Nanofabrication - Advances and Applications
by Ru-Shi Liu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Hardback 738 pages 2012-10-31 Print ISBN: 9789814316873 eBook ISBN: 9789814364515 DOI: 10.4032/9789814364515
List price : $149.95
This interesting book presents studies on controlled size and shape of nanostructured materials. With a clear introduction of the magical physical and chemical changes brought about by the ‘nano’ version of materials, the author exemplifies many of their wide applications, including photocatalysts, biomedicals, nanomaterials, fuel cells and supercapacitors, lithium-ion batteries, light-emitting diodes, and field emission display. This is the right book for scientists and students who are looking for inspiration, perspectives, and the latest studies in this field.
Prof. Hongjie Zhang - Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
This book offers perspectives of controlled fabrication of nanostructured materials with an extensive collection of the most updated studies that encourage the use of nanostructured materials for a wide range of applications. Reading it certainly benefits readers’ understanding of the relationship between the structures and properties of nanomaterials and their new applications. An excellent reference for inspiring scientists and students.
Dr. Qiang Xu - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
This book represents an extensive collection of the most updated studies that cover tremendous nanosystems with controlled size and shape for a variety of applications such as energy conversion and storage, catalysis, biotechnology, lighting, and displays. The comprehensive perspectives will undoubtedly help gain deep insights into the relationship between the morphology (structure) and properties of functional nanomaterials, which remained nearly untouched. I believe such a timely and interesting text is invaluable and instructive, particularly for young scientists in this field.
Prof. Xueyuan Chen - Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
This book offers readers some excellent resources of up-to-date knowledge on nanostructured materials with controlled size and shape according to their electrical, optical, and magnetic properties. Each chapter is prepared by internationally recognized experts in their respective fields. It is comprehensive and well written and will attract a broad range of readers in science and technology.
Dr. Jiujun Zhang - National Research Council of Canada, Vancouver, Canada
The electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of nanostructured materials strongly depend on their shape and size. Few studies have focused on the controlled shape and size of these materials. This book concentrates on this aspect and its applications, which include photocatalysts, biomedicals, nanomaterials, fuel cells and supercapacitors, lithium-ion batteries, light-emitting diodes, and field emission displays.
This book may be the first to clearly point out the relationship between the size and the structure of the materials, which strongly affect their properties. Understanding these control parameters has important technological implications for energy conversion and storage, biotechnology, lighting and display, and so forth.
|1||Chapter 1: An Introduction of Controlled Sizes and Shapes of Nanostructured Materials and Their Applications|
Tai-Feng Hung and Ru-Shi Liu
|17||Chapter 2: Spatial Separation of Reaction Sites on Rutile TiO2 Nanorod by Exposing Crystal Faces and Development of Visible Light Responsive Rutile TiO2 Nanorod|
Teruhisa Ohno and Naoya Murakami
|43||Chapter 3: Controlled Shaping TiO2 for Efficient Photocatalysis|
Gang Liu and Hui-Ming Cheng
|73||Chapter 4: Shape and Particle Size Controlled for Water Splitting|
Hao Ming Chen and Ru-Shi Liu
|103||Chapter 5: Characterization of TiO2 Nanoparticles Cytotoxicity|
Laurent Le Guyader and Chunying Chen
|155||Chapter 6: Functionalized Porous Materials as Drug Carriers|
Jun Lin and Shanshan Huang
|191||Chapter 7: Shape and Size Selective Synthesis of Gold Nanostructures for Biomedical Applications|
Baginskiy Ivan and Ru-Shi Liu
|247||Chapter 8: Shape-Controlled Synthesis of Nanocrystals and Their Facet-Dependent Properties|
Michael H. Huang
|279||Chapter 9: Size- and Shape-Controlled Hybrid Inorganic Nanomaterials and Application for Low- Temperature CO Oxidation|
Thanh-Dinh Nguyen and Trong-On Do
|327||Chapter 10: Shape-Controlled Synthesis of Metal Oxide Nanocrystals|
Cao Thang Dinh, Thanh Dinh Nguyen, Freddy Kleitz and Trong On Do
|369||Chapter 11: Self-Assembly: A Novel Way to Fabricate Nanomaterials|
Zhiyong Tang and Zhening Zhu
|395||Chapter 12: Shape-Controlled Synthesis of Platinum Nanostructures as Electrocatalyst for PEM Fuel Cell Applications|
Shuhui Sun and Xueliang Sun
|473||Chapter 13: Controlled Particle Size and Shape of Nanomaterials and Their Applications in Supercapacitors|
Zubiao Wen, Shu Tian, Lili Liu and Yuping Wu
|521||Chapter 14: Nano/Composite Materials for Lithium-ion Batteries|
Shu-Lei Chou, Jia-Zhao Wang, Hua-Kun Liu and Shi-Xue Dou
|623||Chapter 15: Controlled Size and Shape of Graphene and Its Application in Li-ion Battery|
Bei Wang, Ali Reza Ranjbartoreh and Guoxiu Wang
|657||Chapter 16: Controlled Growth of Quantum Dots and Their Application as Wavelength Converters for LEDs|
Byoung-Hwa Kwon, Dong Seon Jang, Hyunki Kim and Duk Young Jeon
|699||Chapter 17: Artificial Nanostructures with Controlled Sizes and Shapes for Field Emission Displays|
Chaoyang Li and Akimitsu Hatta
Students and scientists in chemistry and materials science, especially in nanomaterials and nanofabrication.
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